We will visit Grzybowski Square where you will see the last street of the Jewish Ghetto and the Nożyk Synagogue, the only one to survive the war. After that we will see to the preserved part of the Ghetto wall, from where we will move on to the place of the former footbridge at the junction of Chłodna and Żelazna Streets, which used to connect the two Ghettos.
Today, it is a place of great contrasts, an amazing mixture of different times.
Then we will go to the recently opened POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews and see the Ghetto Heroes Monument, 18 Miła Street (the headquarters bunker of the Jewish Combat Organization (ŻOB) with its leader Mordechai Anielewicz) and Umschlagplatz. We will finish by walking down the former Nalewki Street to Bankowy Square where the largest synagogue in Warsaw used to be located.
If you want to, you can decide additionally:
- to uprade your transportation to: large retro bus caled "Cucumber", a modern mini-van or a modern bus